I just read on the BBC news website that the dragons have all been returned to their den to get cleaned up ready for the final showing in the Kingsway shopping Centre and the auction later this month. Very sad to see them go!
There’s a brilliant audio slideshow here with lots of great photos and a commentary by the organiser of the project.
Anyway, here’s the last instalment of dragons (unless I find any stray ones on my camera memory card that I’ve forgotten about!).
This on is Flowerport by Deborah Wheeler, a local textile artist, on the top floor of Museum and Art Gallery. The circles are fabric with stitching.
Recycled Royston by Amy Fletcher is in the entrance to the Kingsway Centre car park. He has lots of colourful bottle tops stuck to him.
This is Phyco the Dragon by Lala Ward outside the back entrance to the Kingsway Centre
He has lots of fun multimedia elements like netting and organza – all those fun fabrics we love to use! I like the way his mouth foams!
A bit faint because of the way the sun was shining on it…The Vigour of Gwyn by Daniel Fowler, George Street, by George Street Furnishers
A mini dragon in the window of Gwent Picture Framing.
Eyesee by the Newport Young People’s Information Shop.
Inside Asda – Paint by Numbers dragon by Tom Brown. He has a box of chalks for people to colour him in.
Philatelic Relic – Shaun Featherstone on Mariner’s Green, watched over by the police station. There are lots of stamps stuck on him.
Do have a look at the audio slideshow – there are a lot of great close up shots from unusual angles.